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    • Historian
    • 03.07.07 | 13:00 (IDT)

    "And now that I am not blinded with arab lies, think back I remember clearly how civilized the IAF was at 1967 war, see they controlled the skies of Egypt since day one, they bombed all the military targets but NEVER touched or harmed one civilian or civilian target." The problem, Victor, is that Arabs in general & Egyptians in particular do not bother holding annual memorial ceremonies to remember their dead or heroes like the Israelis do. I remember an Egyptian school that was bombed by the IAF (Bahr El-Baqar if my memory doesn't fail me) and close to 400 students were killed. Even Egyptian soldiers who died during the 1967 war are barely remembered by young Egyptians! Compare this with young Israelis who commemorate their fallen soldiers and heros for the last 100 years! If a tree fell in the rain forsts of South America and you did not hear it fall, it doesn't mean that it never fell. Ask your parents and grand parents and they'll tell you some nice bed-time stories.

    from the article: Muslim, Italian and Zionist
    First published 00:00 02.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 02.07.07
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